Spatial Analysis Lab
The Spatial Analysis Lab (SAL), directed by Dr. Joanne N. Halls, was opened in January 2000 and is located in room 125 in DeLoach Hall. We have 21 workstations with an ESRI site license (ArcGIS 10.2 plus extensions) and ENVI (5.1) image processing software. Peripherals include a, scanner, large format plotter and HP high-res color printer. The Dept of Geography and Geology also has two Trimble RTK survey grade GPS receivers and 10 Trimble JUNO mapping grade GPS receivers.
Remote Sensing Research Laboratory
The Remote Sensing Research Laboratory (RSRL), directed by Dr. Eman Ghoneim, is housed on the first floor of DeLoach Hall (RM 115B). This research lab is equipped with 6 workstations having an ESRI site license (ArcGIS-Arc 10.2), ENVY (5.1) capabilities and a B&W laser printer. Yvonne Marsan, the departmental lab technician, helps maintain the equipment in this space.
Socio-Environmental Analysis Lab
The Socio-Environmental Analysis Lab (SEAL), is directed by Dr. Narcisa Pricope and investigates the land use and land cover change with respect to climate change especially in semi-arid environments. Work is taking place in southern and eastern Africa where water and food scarcities are common.